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Saving Critically Endangered birds in Bangladesh - ERI Talks

14th August 2018

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We are delighted to invite you to our next external seminar, being held on Thursday 23rd August.

Environmental Research Institute (ERI), Thurso have two speakers, Alam Sarawar and Sayam Chowdhury who will be talking about "Saving Critically Endangered birds in Bangladesh."

The presentation will be held in the ERI seminar room, Castle Street in Thurso - doors open at 5.15pm.

ERI seminars are free and open to the public - light refreshments will be provided.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Castle Street Seminar Room, Thurso, - 5.30 pm Two half hour talks.

 

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